[Archived] My slider been so wierd

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do you have driver for your gpu?
Marcin
Uh oh... that complicates things...
Can't you find a way to check what graphic card your computer uses? Is it laptop or stationary PC? Have you tried changing render in osu! options like I said previously?
Topic Starter
Vlerias

Marcin wrote:

Uh oh... that complicates things...
Can't you find a way to check what graphic card your computer uses? Is it laptop or stationary PC? Have you tried changing render in osu! options like I said previously?
i use stationary PC and i tried to changing render in osu! but it does'nt work........
Topic Starter
Vlerias

marcostudios wrote:

do you have driver for your gpu?
what driver?
Topic Starter
Vlerias
i searched in google .
this is what i got
Full Tablet
the image is too small to read it...
Marcin
64 mb vram, some no name gpu, my best guess is that your GPU is just too old to play osu!.
Topic Starter
Vlerias
Oh.... :|
too bad..
i really like osu!...
buny
try to use a different skin
Marcin
Possibly checking ignore all beatmap skins and using default one only.
RBRat3
After squinting at the image it's a VIA/S3G unichrome... Hit em' up for drivers tho their sites are kinda shitty now and days, I wouldn't put too much hope in there being new drivers.

http://www.s3graphics.com
http://www.via.com.tw

64 should be fine, with the approx being there it's probably shared and can possibly be changed in bios up to 128-512.
XPJ38
VIA S3G Unichrome Pro chipsets are terrible. My parents had a PC with it and it couldn't run osu! without occasional texture corruptions. There also have been several problems with them reported in the forums, and nothing could be done. Try to do what Marcin and RBRat said, but don't expect too much about it. Your best choice is to get a PC with a proper graphics card.
Topic Starter
Vlerias

Marcin wrote:

Possibly checking ignore all beatmap skins and using default one only.
I'll try

buny wrote:

try to use a different skin
it doesn't work

RBRat3 wrote:

After squinting at the image it's a VIA/S3G unichrome... Hit em' up for drivers tho their sites are kinda shitty now and days, I wouldn't put too much hope in there being new drivers.

http://www.s3graphics.com
http://www.via.com.tw

64 should be fine, with the approx being there it's probably shared and can possibly be changed in bios up to 128-512.
what is this :?

XPJ38 wrote:

VIA S3G Unichrome Pro chipsets are terrible. My parents had a PC with it and it couldn't run osu! without occasional texture corruptions. There also have been several problems with them reported in the forums, and nothing could be done. Try to do what Marcin and RBRat said, but don't expect too much about it. Your best choice is to get a PC with a proper graphics card.
which one is Marcin and RBRat forum?
XPJ38
I have merged your 4 posts. Please don't multipost.

Vlerias wrote:

RBRat3 wrote:

After squinting at the image it's a VIA/S3G unichrome... Hit em' up for drivers tho their sites are kinda shitty now and days, I wouldn't put too much hope in there being new drivers.

http://www.s3graphics.com
http://www.via.com.tw

64 should be fine, with the approx being there it's probably shared and can possibly be changed in bios up to 128-512.
what is this :?
Drivers are special softwares that make your PC run smoothly. RBRat3 gave you links to the websites of the manufacturers of your graphics card. You will be able to download the most recent driver for your graphics card from here.

Since they are a bit hard to find on these websites, I'll provide you another website to download it: http://via-s3g-unichrome-pro-igp1.drivers.informer.com/
Click on the download button to get it. If you don't see one, click on the "Select OS" drop-down list and choose "Windows XP 6.14.10.0333" (I'll just assume you don't have the x64 version of Win XP. If you don't understand what I just said, never mind it).
Then, download the software, extract the .zip file you just downloaded and run "setup.exe". Follow the instructions. When it is finished, restart your PC and that's it.
Topic Starter
Vlerias
what drivers i have to download at s3graphics?
XPJ38
Please read my post in its entirety.

XPJ38 wrote:

Since they are a bit hard to find on these websites, I'll provide you another website to download it: http://via-s3g-unichrome-pro-igp1.drivers.informer.com/

Click on the download button to get it. If you don't see one, click on the "Select OS" drop-down list and choose "Windows XP 6.14.10.0333" (I'll just assume you don't have the x64 version of Win XP. If you don't understand what I just said, never mind it).

Then, download the software, extract the .zip file you just downloaded and run "setup.exe". Follow the instructions. When it is finished, restart your PC and that's it.
Topic Starter
Vlerias

XPJ38 wrote:

Please read my post in its entirety.

XPJ38 wrote:

Since they are a bit hard to find on these websites, I'll provide you another website to download it: http://via-s3g-unichrome-pro-igp1.drivers.informer.com/

Click on the download button to get it. If you don't see one, click on the "Select OS" drop-down list and choose "Windows XP 6.14.10.0333" (I'll just assume you don't have the x64 version of Win XP. If you don't understand what I just said, never mind it).

Then, download the software, extract the .zip file you just downloaded and run "setup.exe". Follow the instructions. When it is finished, restart your PC and that's it.
well,that nice.
i'm downloading now :)
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